Home of the world's

Best tasting
patties

Cooked Fresh Daily

Homemade Soup

Enjoy by itself or with your favorite cheese

Spiced Bun & Cheese

<
>

SAVOR THE
FLAVOR

Scotch Bonnet Peppers

Curry Powder

Pimento Seeds

Onion

Ginger

Scallion

<
>

JERK CHICKEN WINGS

View Full Menu

JERK CHICKEN WINGS

ORIGINAL RECIPES FROM JAMAICA

  • Scotch Bonnet Peppers
  • Garlic
  • Pimento Seeds
  • Thyme

Savory flavor with a spicy kick, marinated in our rich Golden Krust Jamaican jerk seasoning. Best enjoyed with our signature jerk sauce, available exclusively at Golden Krust restaurants.

BROWN STEW CHICKEN
OXTAIL

BROWN STEW CHICKEN

View Full Menu

BROWN STEW CHICKEN

ORIGINAL RECIPES FROM JAMAICA

  • Scotch Bonnet Peppers
  • Garlic
  • Onions
  • Scallion

A well-seasoned, tender brown-stewed chicken, slow-cooked in a flavorful gravy. A classic dish cooked in every Jamaican household.

JERK CHICKEN WINGS
OXTAIL

OXTAIL

ORIGINAL RECIPES FROM JAMAICA

  • Ginger
  • Pimento seeds
  • Scallion
  • Garlic

Succulent, slow-cooked, tender braised oxtails in a rich gravy that will make your rice and peas rejoice — a true Caribbean favorite.

JERK CHICKEN WINGS
BROWN STEW CHICKEN
Sharing the taste
of the Caribbean since 1989

 

In 1989, Lowell Hawthorne, along with his wife Lorna, four of his siblings and their spouses, pooled all of their resources to open the first Golden Krust restaurant on East Gun Hill Road in the Bronx, New York. The pivotal year of 1993 signified Golden Krust’s relocation of its manufacturing operations to the South Bronx, eventually purchasing nearly the entire block from 172nd Street to Claremont Parkway on Park Avenue.

 

 

The business became so successful that the Hawthornes were encouraged to create franchises, and they seized the opportunity to do just that. Golden Krust became the first Caribbean-owned business in the U.S to be granted a franchise license. By 1996, they owned 17 restaurants throughout New York City. Today, Golden Krust Caribbean Restaurants operates over 125 restaurants in North America.

 

Retail products

Enjoy our patties conveniently at school, at work, at home or on the move.

Vegetable Patty

Jerk Chicken Patty
Beef Patty

Retail products

Enjoy our patties conveniently, at school, at work, at home or on the move.

Jerk Chicken Patty

Vegetable Patty
Beef Patty

Retail products

Enjoy our patties conveniently, at school, at work, at home or on the move.

Beef Patty

Vegetable Patty
Jerk Chicken Patty

Speak
JAMAICAN PATOIS

Wah Gwaan?

Definition:

This Jamaican expression that is often used when greeting a friend; similar to "what's going on?".

Mi Deh Yah

Definition:

Slang expression usually used in response to a greeting expression like “How are you doing” or “What’s going on.” While the literal translation for this term is “I am here,” its implied meaning is similar to the expressions “I’m good,” “Not much happening, so I am just here,” “Everything is ok.”

Likkle More

Definition:

This is one of the most popular goodbye expressions normally used by a Jamaican. The literal translation of “likkle more” is “little more” but when used as a goodbye expression it means “see you later.”

Zeen

Definition:

To agree with something or someone. The longer the "een," the better, and the unique thing about this word is that you can use it quite flexibly. Usually, you would make it longer for situational emphasis. Can also be used to request confirmation of understanding, zeen?

Bredren

Definition:

Slang for anyone who is a friend or colleague.

Big Up

Definition:

To give respect, encouragement or to acknowledge someone

Pree

Definition:

To take notice or pay close attention to someone or something.

Braff

Definition:

A Jamaican term that means to show off. It is the joining of the words bragg and show off, resulting in the term, Braff. Made popular in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Yardie

Definition:

A term used to refer to persons of Jamaican origin. The term is derived from the Jamaican patois for home or, "yard".

<
>